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    • Ruben
    • 13.12.09 | 23:42 (IST)

    Actually I am in Europe so I keep up with what's happening in your neck of the woods. There have been A LOT of synagogue attacks throughout Western Europe. Just google "synagogue attacks Europe" and you will see for yourself. I am also disgusted by the settler attacks on Palestinian mosques (and Palestinians in general nor do I support the settler movement. But at least some of their leaders graciously reached out to the Palestinians, something I haven't seen a lot of from the other side (though it does exist). Anti-Semitism in Europe is a big problem. This is a fact. Between the far right facists, the increasingly radical Muslim population, and cowardly leftists who are only comfortable attacking America and Israel, Jews in Europe don't have much of a future. Who knows, maybe this incident in the West Bank will be a blessing in disguise, bringing enemies together to talk.

    from the article: Settler group brings Korans to Palestinians after mosque attack
    First published 00:00 13.12.09 | Last updated 14:09 19.12.09
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